Character Education- Self-Control
Students examine and discuss the concept of self-control. They list what it means to show self-control, read and retell the book, 'Miss Nelson is Missing,' and role-play situations that demonstrate examples of self-control.
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May: Bullying is NOT a Normal Part of Growing Up
Students brainstorm and discuss positive behavior choices to counteract bullying. For this character development and citizenship instructional activity, students brainstorm ways in which to deal with bullies and practice anger management...
K English Language Arts
Recognizing Positive Character Traits
Connect character education to this St. Patrick's Day activity! Have each person create a rainbow on a pot of gold with construction paper, and on each color of the rainbow write a positive character trait or something they are proud of....
Pre-K - 3rd Visual & Performing Arts
Unique Monique: Building a Community of Unique Individuals
Students recognize that each student is unique and has special talents. Students develop a puzzle piece that describes them and their particular talents. Students share their pieces and post on a bulletin board.
K - 5th English Language Arts
Using Words to Work Things Out
Students explore appropriate ways to communicate feelings. In this character development activity, students listen to Hands are not for Hitting and several other books about expressing emotions appropriately. Students observe puppet...
Pre-K - 1st Visual & Performing Arts
I Am Special and You Are Special Too #8
Students review classroom rules and complete several activities related to self-esteem and being special: read the book, It's Okay to be Different and discuss, create a self-portrait, learn and practice a song titled, "It's Me," and...
K Visual & Performing Arts